Young Inter striker Martin Satriano’s immediate future could be in France, with Ligue 1 sides Monaco and Nice interested in him.

This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the French clubs have joined the list of suitors for the Uruguayan, who could also remain at Inter as an attacking rotation piece.

Satriano has been impressing Inter manager Simone Inzaghi in training and pre-season since joining with the squad, with the player building on his form with the Primavera side last season to be seriously considered to be included with the senior first team next season.

However, the club are also strongly considering allowing him to leave on a dry loan for next season, with his long-term future at the club not in doubt but regular playing time thought to be key to his development.

A number of clubs in Serie B are interested in the 20-year-old, as well as clubs throughout Europe with Belgian and Ditch clubs thought to be closely tracking him.

Nice and Monaco have joined their ranks, and have made their interest known to the Nerazzurri.